Social Security Application Assistance
Adult (18 to 65) that are homeless that also have or will soon get a diagnosis of a mental or physical condition that will prevent them from working for 12 months or longer are a priority to receive assistance applying for Social Security benefits. 

Adult (18 to 65), who are at-risk of homelessness, who have a disability that prevents them from working for 12 months or longer and are receiving at least one of the following state programs may also receive assistance applying for Social Security benefits depending on staff availability: 
• General Assistance
• Housing Support (formerly known as Group Residential Housing (GRH))
• Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP)
• Medical Assistance including Housing Stabilization Services,
• Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program,
• Public housing
• Section 8 Housing or Housing Choice Voucher
• Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing (VASH) Voucher
• Moving Home Minnesota demonstration services, also known as Money Follows the Person (MFP)
• Minnesota’s Long-term Homeless Supportive Services
• Bridges Rental Assistance Program
• Family Unification Program (FUP) Voucher
• Section 811 or other Project-based Rental Assistance Program

Additional resources:
Other agencies, listed by county, that may be able to help with your application
To apply for Social Security yourself
Contact the Community Services Department for more information or to request Social Security benefit application assistance.